A brand new EP for 2013. More angry obsessive songs for you. We ain;t dead yet. credits released 06 October 2013 Written, (de)programmed and performed by D35C0JóN UR84N0 at Salon Hogar in the Year of Our Lord 2013. Topics: Industrial Rock, Puerto Rico, Industrial, Punk, Electronic, Noise Rock
byJose E. Roman, Javier Valentin, Peter Lopez, Sammy Fisher, Gerald, Millo Velez, David Castro
This is the first proper Rojo y Negro relase. A cassette featuring the Descojon Urbano 1991 demos and other material recorded in a home studio in 1992. This was issued on Fuera de Orden/Rojo y Negro Records. This was found on the internet and recorded from a cassette so the quality might not be the best and it is presented for archival purposes and to give you an idea of what we sounded like. Topics: Descojon Urbano, Industrial, Industrial Rock, Puerto Rico, Rojo y Negro Records, Fuera de Orden...
Descojon Urbano's fan recording of the band's second show in around 14 years as part of the Fifth Hasta el Limite Sonoro show at Red Shield on Sept 10 2010 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Tracklist: 1. Carta Al Editor 2. Danza Macabra 3. Aqui No Pasa Na' 4. Pariah 5. Asco 6. El Blues del Jodio 7. Mujer Satanica 8. Autogedon 9. Ciclo de Abusos 10. Descojon Urbano For this recording, the band was: Rafael Arroyo - guitar, Luis Santiago - guitar, Jose E. Roman - throat, programming. Recorded by Angel... Topics: Descojon Urbano, D35C0J0N UR84N0, rock, industrial, punk, blues, live recording, Hasta el Limite...
Descojon Urbano live at Hotel La Cima in Aguadilla on March 3rd 2012 and two bonus tracks recorded at WRTU FM 89.7FM on February 25th 2012. Rafael Arroyo - guitar Ángel Luis Cruz - console José E. Román - throat, programming Luis Santiago - guitar Live sound by Javier González. Recorded by Ángel Luis Cruz and María Cotto at La Cima Hotel, Aguadilla, PR on March the 3rd, 2012. Bonus tracks recorded from a session at Frecuencias Alternas radio show, WRTU 89.7 FM on February 25th 2012.... Topics: Descojon Urbano, Puerto Rico, D35C0J0N UR84N0, Industrial Rock, Punk, Hardcore Punk, Electronic
O.P.A.L. for this performance was Carlos Hernandez Domenech and Jose E.Roman Garcia and this piece was exclusively made for the fifth edition of the San Juan Noise Fest held at Executive Manolo on November the 19th 2009. Loops, noise, samples, played and manipulated by O.P.A.L. It was recorded by Angel Luis Cruz Perez and we thank all the artists who performed there, the Executive Manolo staff and Jorge Castro for inviting us to play. Topics: noise, experimental, live, O.P.A.L., San Juan Noise Fest, Puerto Rico, industrial, rojo y negro... Source: console
A new DU EP. A new rendition of "Arritmia" along with 2 new songs detailing the economic collapse. More punk rock, industrial-fueled madness for your ears. Enjoy! Rafy Arroyo - guitars Luis Santiago - guitars José E. Román - throat, deprogramming Topics: Descojon Urbano, La Dolce Vita, D35C0J0N UR84N0, Puerto Rico, rock, industrial rock, punk, metal
Descojon Urbano reunited in the summer of 2010 at the behest of their friends of Nalgada de Oro. Once they reunited they decided to work on old material and new songs as well. These are 10 songs culled from the 1991-1994 and Hijos de Cain's Cristales Rotos records re-recorded and re-created for your pleasure. Enjoy! Rafael Arroyo - guitar Jose E. Roman - throat, de-programming Luis Santiago - guitar Topics: Descojon Urbano, D35C0J0N UR84N0, industrial rock, punk rock, blues, hardcore punk, Puerto Rico
Live performance and mix from the 3rd Giratorio Dekspresion 2nd Dec 2006 at Escuela de Bellas Artes, Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Topics: mp3, live, arecibo, giratorio, experimental, industrial, noise, shoegazer, electronica, mix, music,... Source: computer
O.P.A.L. performiing live at the San Juan Noise Fest V at Executive Manolo on Nov. 19th 2009. For this performance, O.P.A.L. was Carlos Hernandez Domenech and Jose E. Roman. Recorded by Angel Luis Cruz Perez and Jorge Castro. Topics: O.P.A.L., San Juan Noise Fest V, experimental, industrial, noise, live Source: console
Our label's first release back in 1994. Lo-fi cyber-fueled political punk rock. Reissued for your pleasure. Enjoy! favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Political, Industrial, Punk Rock, Noise, Puerto Rico, Music, mp3 Source: CD